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· Thursday, June 10, 2021: Build GraphQL enabled applications using Amazon AppSync
AWS Copilot is an open source command line interface that makes it easy for developers to build, release, and operate production ready containerized microservices on Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate. AWS Copilot provides a simple declarative set of commands, including examples and guided experiences built in to help customers deploy quickly. After writing your application code, Copilot automates each step in the deployment lifecycle including pushing to a registry, creating a task definition, and creating a cluster.
Default application types are provided for new applications based upon AWS best practices to increase developer productivity and simplify running containers in the cloud. All you need to spin up production ready services is AWS Copilot, an AWS account, and your code.
You can install AWS Copilot on Linux, Mac OS and Windows 10. The detailed instructions for the installation is available here.
If you want to natively run AWS Copilot on Windows 10, there is an .exe file for installation in the above mentioned link. In this post, i will walkthrough on how to set up AWS Copilot on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL2.
Step1 – Install WSL2 on Windows 10.
I breifly convered this in one of my other post. You can refer this official documentation for details